Published at Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 - 03:10:53 AM. . By Fatima Abernathy.
The kneehole desk was developed in England in the early 18th century. Its top was supported by two banks of cupboards, or drawers, separated by a space for the legs of the person seated at the desk. Larger versions—known as library tables or partners’ desks—enabled two people to work facing each other. School desks, popular since early Victorian times, developed from the portable and lectern desks and were modified to fit current educational theories.
Once again, an indication of quality is a double cantilever leg, with two upright support columns at each side of the desk frame. Another thing to look for is a support beam under the desk. This is common on ‘I’ frame desks and bench desks and provides excellent strength for the work-top.
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